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2018 - 2019 Subaru OUTBACK TPMS Sensor OE Schrader 28103-FL00B 433 MHz
2018 - 2019 Subaru OUTBACK TPMS Sensor OE Schrader 28103-FL00B 433 MHz
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TPMS (Tire pressure monitoring system) is standard equipment on every vehicle sold in the U.S. after September, 2007.      

       

- OEM TPMS Sensor includes nut, valve, and one service kit.
- Compatible with 2008-2011 Subaru Impreza (with OE metal valve).
- Fits most stock and aftermarket wheels.
- Additional questions? Need a specific kind of Valve? Please email us with inquiries at: sales@tpmsdirect.com
Our Price: $57.00
Sale Price: $42.98
Manufacturer Subaru

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Description Service Kit TPMS Relearn
 
2018 - 2019 Subaru OUTBACK TPMS Sensor OE Schrader 28103-FL00B 433 MHz

  • 2019 Outback
  • 2018 Outback
All sensors are sold as complete units. Compatible with most stock and aftermarket rims. Please contact your wheel manufacturer to confirm fitment. If you're unsure about fitment and compatibility, please provide us with the VIN# (vehicle identification number) of your vehicle. Doing so will help us confirm and guarantee TPMS fitment. The VIN# can be found on the vehicle placard on the door sill on the drivers side.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at customer.service@tpmsdirect.com or give us a call at (949)202-8101 M-F 9AM-5PM PST.
TPMS Information
  • The TREAD (Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation) Act requires that 100% of all passenger cars, light trucks, and buses manufactured in the United States after September 2007 be equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system.

    Vehicles must be equipped with:
    • A tire pressure monitor in all four tires
    • A system that operates when the vehicle is on and warns the driver when tires are under-inflated by 25% or more.
    • A system that alerts the driver of a tire pressure monitoring system malfunction
    • A TPMS warning light that stays on until tire pressure has been inflated to vehicle specifications
    • A "bulb check" of the TPMS warning light on the instrument panel that blinks when the ignition is turned on
    • Vehicle owner's manuals that contain warnings about incompatible replacement tires for the vehicle
    To learn more about the TREAD Act, click here



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